Hyundai has taken the wraps off their Fluidic Sculpture in Motion display for Milan Design Week.
Hyundai has taken the wraps off their 'Fluidic Sculpture in Motion' display for Milan Design Week.
Created by Hyundai's Design Center, the lighting display conveys the "essence of fluidic sculpture, the inspirational role played by nature and the ability to continuously adapt to the changing environment."
The sculpture is made up of 12,000 translucent spheres which suspended over a pool of water and surrounded by eight high-powered lasers. The display also has a 3D scanning system that allows users to manipulate the lights by using gestures to create curves and shapes.
According to Suk-Geun Oh, Executive Vice President of Hyundai Motor Company, “Through our participation in Milan Design Week, we hope to share the concept behind fluidic sculpture with our customers in an innovative form. In the future, we will continue to seek unique ways of introducing Hyundai’s signature design DNA to a wider audience."